As tech continues to shape our always-online world, every new camera, app, and device is an opportunity for the law to land in the wrong hands.
Before outrage became an online sport, it was in our faces: hate mail, angry mobs, bullying. What can we learn from the past to handle today’s haters?
When the Los Angeles Review of Books included only one woman writer in its tech issue, the Internet responded with a glorious list of women writers we should all know.
The MAGA mob is not content to exact their rage on the writer only online—they've also threatened her to her face. Why do Trump's fiercest supporters' hate their fellow Americans?
The web makes information free and accessible for all. The Trump administration wants to drastically change that model. Is the GOP taking cues from Erdogan and Putin?
This Gen-X’er is giving zero stars to this new Yelp-like app for rating people. Unless, of course, you have something nice to say about her.
The digital streaming company's groundbreaking benefit is unparalleled in the American workplace. So what's the catch?
The writer believes Sheryl Sandberg's book gave her the language to describe her experience as a young widow. Can it do the same for the Facebook COO?
The ride-for-hire app company has a well-known women problem. But this PR ploy—to hire 1 million female drivers—might just be a road to nowhere.
J.Law won't be hackers' last victim. As we are increasingly pushed to put our lives online, personal photos are the least of our problems.